I have several must-reads in the month of December, and they are all old favorites. I love to re-read the Messianic prophecies from the book of Isaiah. There are so many pertinent chapters in here that I have to re-read the entire book and it is hard for me to keep from singing a lot of it (thank you, Mr. Handel!).
I always have to re-read my father's collection of Advent sermons from 1968, Christmas; A Triumph Over Tragedy. I will send a gift copy to the first ten folks who comment (spammers not included!), and I do ship international.
My lighter "fun" reading always has to include Madeleine L'Engle's The Twenty-Four Days of Christmas. Madeleine L'Engle was not a good theologian, but this is a really good book.
Finally, no Advent season is complete without the inimitable classic, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever. Barbara Robinson is a genius.
So what are your favorite things to read in December? And remember:
Hey! Hey!! Unto you a child is born!!!